19 yr-old school dropout donate K2m desks in TNM promo

Appreciating the importance of good learning environment, a 19 year old school dropout Flossy Milanzi, has donated his K2 million prize money to Chiwambo Community Day Secondary School in Lilongwe for procurement 61 desks.

ere you are! Bauleni shaking hands with the winner as the headmaster and students looks o
ere you are! Bauleni shaking hands with the winner as the headmaster and students looks o

Flossy, is one of the 50 TNM customers that won a total of K100 million in the [email protected] promotion that TNM conducted in 2014 to celebrate the country’s 50th Independence anniversary.

Each of the winners was required to choose a social responsibility project of choice worth K2 million, translating to K100 million.

Speaking after the handover ceremony of the desks, the form three drop out said good learning environment is very paramount especially to a girl child.

“I would like to thank TNM for this initiative, this opportunity to choose a project worth K2 million came as a surprise to me,” said Flossy.

Flossy said her choice to contribute towards education sector came following challenges that she experienced at the school.

“When I was at the school we used to sit on the floor as such it was difficult for us as girls to learn comfortably that is why when this opportunity came I decided to procure desks to reduce this challenge,” she said.

The 19 year old girl who dropped out of school due to lack of financial support encouraged her fellow girls to work hard in class.

“I would like to encourage my fellow girls who have support to work hard and achieve good things in life, you can find everything in life with education,” she said.

Headmaster for the school Hastings Kwafwambira thanked TNM for the initiative which has seen the school benefiting.

TNM’s Regional Technical Manager, Joy Bauleni said the company was satisfied with the projects that have been handed over so far as they have spread across all social fabrics of the society.

Bauleni said TNM believes that education is the backbone of the country’s socio-economic development but for students to excel in their studies, they need good learning environment as well as good learning materials and infrastructure.

“The handover of the desks demonstrates our company’s commitment in fulfilling its promises to customers in Lilongwe and the rest of the region. Through this promotion, we have touched almost every social fabric of the country,” he said.

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5 years ago

Koma iwe sanapindulepo apa

5 years ago

Nonse mwalemba zokhuzana ndi Flossy zobwelera ku xoool zikomo khwambirii koma don’t forget that Terms and condition applies for the promotion here…

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5 years ago

What kind of a reporter are u? You mean you failed to ask this girl what she is doing now. For people to know. MA reporter a nyasatimes simutha kulemba khani kupupuluma
Basi, thawi zambiri English very poor
kulibe ma editor kodi ku office kwanuko kodi to check before publishing your news.

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5 years ago

It was avery nice thought but the question is what is she doing at the Moment in as far as xul issues are concerned if she is just staying I think inuyo a TNM do something so that she should go back to school coz she has already shown that she has positive atitude towards school…frossy am proud of you for remembering komwe udachoka God should bless U

5 years ago

I believe that at the age of nineteen, Flossy still stands a good chance to return to school I wish TNM company would consider extending a good gesture to the winner in form of sponsoring her personal studies. She has a positive attitude that’s worth pursuing. In zulu they say “ime imfundo kayikhulelwa”, translates “never too old for education”. May I age all my fellow country women to dedicate their life to intellectual attainment as this is the only key and to opening doors to success. Grab every opportunity that fell in your hands and rank education as your first… Read more »

5 years ago

Well done to the Girl for this donation; but I would be happy if the girl was asked whether she still wants to continue with her education…..if yes, then part of the money should be used for her school fees bcos to me she is still young….TNM think about it if u hv read this…….we appreciate for the CSR

5 years ago

U mean flosy is still out of Xul???if so nde bola ndalama mukanamupasa feez aaaaaaaaaàa

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